The one and only life! Lindsie Chrisley is rushing to social media to dispel any notions that she’s not having a good time as a single woman.
After being asked during a Q&A if she was dating either Josh Murray or Robbie Hayes, Chrisley responded on Instagram on Monday, June 20, “To answer the question, no, I’m not seeing both of them.” Josh and I have known one other for a long time.” “Robby and I no longer communicate.”
Despite speculation that her and ex-husband Will Campbell were reconnecting, the reality star, who rose to popularity after appearing in the reality program Chrisley Is aware of Greatest, said: “No! I’ve moved on with my life and I’m happy the place I’m at!”
In 2012, she married her high school love and gave birth to their first child, Jackson. In July 2021, the couple decided to call it quits after nearly a decade of marriage.
It was at this moment that Lindsie remarked on Instagram, “Where one door shuts, another opens.” When Will and I decided to call it quits after nine years of marriage, we were devastated.
We hold each other in the highest regard and are incredibly appreciative of the opportunity to spend time together. In the future, we plan to remain partners and be fully committed parents to our kid, whom we both adore deeply.
While the two had been outspoken about their successful post-divorce coparenting relationship, Lindsie Chrisley finally opened up about how her father Todd Chrisley’s legal struggle had affected her relationship with her ex-husband in May of 2022.
It’s possible, she said on the 16th edition of her “Espresso Convos” podcast about Will and her parents’ relationship, that things have been rocky between her parents and Will because of the things that have happened between them.
“I think a lot of things came to the fore in the last two weeks. Will, on the other hand, was adamantly opposed to going along with my plan because he understood how important it was to have my family present in court. That was a real challenge.”
The Chrisley family is aware of During the time that Todd Chrisley, 53, and his wife Julie were awaiting the outcome of their $30 million fraud trial, Greatest star claimed that Campbell did not speak up for Lindsie or her family.
As you may have heard, my parents were convicted on Tuesday of last week and were sentenced on Wednesday. Then, I sent a textual content message to Will just to let him know what had happened.
Please keep the televisions off as well. ‘Will you please turn off the radio?’ Please, Lindsie pleaded with her audience.
“I used to live with Will and his family for 12 years, and I was a very conscientious member of his home during that time.” And not a single person, including my ex-husband, ever acknowledged anything.”
Lindsie had previously been estranged from her parents, but she testified on their favour in court. One case of tax fraud, five charges of financial institution fraud, and one count of conspiracy to commit financial institution fraud were all found against the twosome, according to Us Weekly on June 7.
Julie was also accused of one count of wire fraud and one count of obstructing the administration of justice against her.
As for Lindsie’s current connection with her family, she told her followers on Monday that she will answer more questions on her podcast, but that “it’s time to share our reality and not what people presume from social media + bum reporting.”